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AT&T Wireless AT&T enables LG G4's wifi calling. WHAT?!

Discussion in 'Wireless News' started by KevinJames, Jun 15, 2016.

  1. KevinJames

    KevinJames WA's 1st retired mod
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    palandri Former Palm Guy
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    I still have skype
     
  3. dmapr

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    Hangouts dialing here. Plus Vonage.

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  4. KevinJames

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    Skype, Hangouts, and Vonage all have their benefits, but the niche filled by wifi calling is different from those.
     
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    Are there situations where you need wifi calling? The only place I really need wifi calling is overseas calling.
     
  6. viewfly

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    For a free service, wifi calling is the best. From the mobile phone, ANY number can be called (cell or landline), with no matching app required on the receiving device ( obvious if your calling a landline or business)

    ATT wireless quality fluctuates at my home. So using my Wi-Fi router ensures a crisp, clean and high quality call consistently. Also useful from inside stores that offer free Wi-Fi, but where the store building structure reduces the ATT wireless signal quality.

    So in addition to calling from overseas, calls originated domestically in poor signal areas benefit from Wi-Fi calling. I use it daily.


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    #6 viewfly, Jun 20, 2016
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